Men’s Spring Fashion for 2013
Nothing says “Spring Fever” like a sunny day and colorful clothes. Throw a handsome boy into the mix and you’ve got an outbreak of pandemonium, all in the name of fashion. Our scheduled shoot was set for an indoor studio, but as solar rays brightened the morning, we moved outdoors to let the season rule. Spring 2013 means slim fits, bright hues, patterns, and layering — and that’s not just for the girls.
…it’s time to invest in more WayFarer style sunglasses and this neon pair is perfect. Shades, $14; tennis shoes, $18; both from Urban Outfitters. Khaki pants by J Brand, $198, from Lansky 126. Silk bowtie, $55; green cashmere-blend sweater vest by Peter Millar, $125; lavender linen button-down by Peter Millar, $125; all from James Davis. Tiger’s Eye bead bracelets, from Oak Hall, call for prices.
Stay with the beat by streamlining your look. Seersucker-striped button-down by Vince, $185; khaki sport coat by Kroon, $295; pocket square by Robert Talbott, $75; brass skull and leather cord necklace by Brave Design, $125; all from Oak Hall. Dark washed denim by Hudson Jeans, $198; shoes by Hey Dude, $100; both from Lansky 126.
Score big with the ladies and show your team some love. Wool-and-cashmere blend blazer by Billy Reid, $1,395; yellow twill chinos by Ben Sherman, $129; blue dot button-down by Theory, $95; shoes by Seavees, $97; yellow tie, $75 (worn open and loose around the neck); all from Cicada for Him in Oxford. Navy canvas O-ring belt by Grown & Sewn, $65, from Oak Hall.
Grey denim by Citizens of Humanity, $198, from Lansky 126. Faded T-shirt, $18; suspenders, $18; both from Urban Outfitters. Skateboard from Midtown Skate Shop, $35.
Special Thanks To
Kendrick Simpson, makeup artist
Lucy Hadskey of Secret Services Salon, hair stylist
Sara Harrison, stylist and production assistant